Eric Dollard was interviewed by Scott Hensler back in April – here is the interview on YouTube:
“Eric P. Dollard allowed me to visit his laboratory in the Nevada desert for an interview on 04/03/2018 just north of Area 51. Below is a list of the subjects in order we discussed. Everything from Nikola Tesla to the hazards of today’s electromagnetic debacle that has an evil intent by those who do not have our best interest in mind!” – Scott Hensler
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Eric Dollard has been at his lab bench working away at some experiments that he wants to share with you soon. In about a week, we’ll have some new video interviews and presentations with Eric. Some will be free and some will be available as paid downloads to help raise some money.
Since his battle with blood cancer at the end of last year, he hasn’t been as available as he would like to for live calls, etc. Thankfully, he recovered from that but he does need a bit of help.
Besides these upcoming videos and pictures, Eric will be making the annual drive up here to the Northwest to come to the 2017 Energy Science & Technology Conference. His presentation will last a few hours and no doubt will stretch your brain-cells beyond their normal boundary.
As many of you know, he has been primarily living out of his 1980 Toyota Corolla for the last 25 years and much of it has been rebuilt over and over so it is still in pretty good shape. However, his engine is getting to the end of its life and the drive to Spokane, Washington will be the end.
We found a replacement 3TC 1.8 liter engine and a local engine rebuilding company that will make it like new – we’ll also have to have a separate shop do the actual engine swap. We’ll have the front transmission seal and clutch replaced and when it is all put back together, it will easily last 100,000 miles before needing to be rebuilt.
EPD Laboratories, Inc., a 501(c)3 charitable non-profit corporation is low on funds and Eric’s social security just got cut off again. That happened because they claimed he was making too much money while he was in the hospital getting treated for non-Hodgkin’s. It’s ridiculous to cut someone off at the knees when they need the most help, but that is how it goes. He filed the paperwork to get it reinstated, but that will of course take some time.
In any case, this car is his official EPD Labs transportation and he needs it badly to drive out to the field when working on the lines – we’ll have some updates on that soon.
Eric needs help to cover the engine rebuild and swap.
$650 – Engine guaranteed rebuild-able and shipped to engine rebuild shop
$1323 – Full rebuild – block & head, everything new using NPR parts that are better than OEM spec – all cam bearings, main seals, piston rings, you name it.
$800 Engine Swap (includes labor for front transmission seal and clutch replacement while engine is out of car)
$300 Front transmission seal replacement and clutch replacement
GRAND TOTAL NEEDED – $3073
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Sebastian G. Moku Andrew J. Brian C. Cloud… Mirian Stuart O. Clive B. William F. Kenneth F. David C. Stephen M. Eivind R. Damian C. Eclectic… Kevin B. Frank E. Greg O. Tim R. Jeremy J. Big Island… Tim O. James H. Jovan K. Derek G. David C. David L. Joe O. Tech-A… Kent B. Tim H. John W. ————– $3277.45 TOTAL DONATIONS AROUND $3146 AFTER PAYPAL FEES
$3146 / $3073 = 102% OF OUR GOAL!!!
After the conference, we’ll take a couple days to get Eric’s car over to a shop with the new rebuilt engine waiting and we’ll get him on the road.
Eric’s car is already modified to transform into his sleeping quarters as well as serving his other needs on the road so another car is not an option. We’re just passing on what is needed and hope that you can help.
How you can help – ANYTHING WILL HELP!!!!
1. Donate by PayPal – use the DONATE link in the right column for PayPal.
2. Proceeds from the sales of any of his books or presentations that are available – you can purchase them through these links:
You can see in this video that has finally acquired most of the equipment he had at Landers, which is necessary for the Advanced Seismic Warning System. The Eric Dollard Fan Club is largely responsible for much of this as well as some other donors and supporters of this work.
The time frame is that between now and the next 8 weeks, we’re planning on supporting Justin (Secretary & Treasurer of EPD Laboratories, Inc.) in getting to the lab to build some shelving units. This was delayed at the end of Nov beginning of Dec due to a sewer breakdown for the building, which occurred under the sidewalk out front. This took a few weeks alone as Justin personally had to dig up the sidewalk and get to the sewer but thankfully, the town’s various departments did pitch in to help re-route the buildings outlet to another nearby sewer line. This problem happened right after there was a breakdown in one of the primary vehicles used to get out to the lines but progress is being made. You can see the bench tests Eric is running in the last video to calculate the loading coil network that goes on every several poles on the transmission structure.
The plan is for Justin to then come back in April to assist Eric in completing the repair of some of the poles and to install and finish the cross arm work and string up up the lines and demonstrate the beginnings of being able to show the Earth signals. This was planned to be done in December but was delayed because of the above reasons.
Enjoy the video – there are just a couple more from my trip but we are planning to host a live Q & A call with Eric where you can call in live and ask him questions probably before these other couple videos are released so stay tuned!